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Old 03-07-2018, 08:46 AM   #1
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How do you stop headliner DETERIORATION ? Will 3M ScotchGuard help ?
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Old 03-07-2018, 05:57 PM   #2
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Is it sagging?
Do you have a picture?
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How do you stop headliner DETERIORATION ? Will 3M ScotchGuard help ?
The Headliner looks like new ! It is not sagging at all !
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I like the scotch guard idea but in my research for you I found that many have had a problem with the material sagging. I would hate to cheer you on with the scotch guard and it add weight and cause a problem. Might be best to just leave it looking like new. It must have had a good life to look so good.
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GH, I have made aircraft accessories for years and your worries are really on the outside. It is UV (ultraviolet light rays) that cause the most damage. (Did you ever see those old guys, the 'Suntanners', in FL in the 60's? ...'same results.)

Not only does the ceiling not collect dirt like flooring, I cannot imagine a situation where it gets much VU exposure... 'there may be one? I wished Winnebago had used a smooth surface, but a once-a-year vacuuming might make me feel better about dust.

Scotchguard, 303 Fabric protection probably will not do much good or bad. The carrier evaporates, so there's no real weight added. I'd suggest you get UV blocking shades (in or out) and keep them drawn - especially when you are not using the coach. As soon as our weather improves - I'll be making some for mine.

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